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Employers Liability - Tort Law (LLB)
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Employers' Liability Summarised Notes for the Tort Law module, LLB, at City, University of London - can of course be used for other universities as well! Should be used with the full bundle of notes!

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Employers have a long history of using their power to abuse employees Question History of U.S. Labor Legislation Employers have a long history of using their power to abuse employees. Past employer practices have led to bloody conflicts. Over time, the
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Employers have a long history of using their power to abuse employees Question History of U.S. Labor Legislation Employers have a long history of using their power to abuse employees. Past employer practices have led to bloody conflicts. Over time, the development of Federal regulations has helped ease the tense employee/employer relationship. Create a timeline of all the significant labor legislation passed in the 20th century usingWord's Table  feature. Next to the name of each law, place...

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Identify and clearly define the relevant law In a well-written paper, relate your professional or personal experience in the business world as an employee or employer and an ethical issue you confronted that falls within the realm of employment law. For
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Identify and clearly define the relevant law In a well-written paper, relate your professional or personal experience in the business world as an employee or employer and an ethical issue you confronted that falls within the realm of employment law. For example, you could write about your experience working long hours as a minor in violation of federal wage and hour laws. If you have not personally or professionally confronted an issue, consider an issue that could arise within the realm of em...

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Choice of Employer compare and contrast two different companies in relation to the term Employer of Choice or EOC. The companies should be similar in size based on annual revenue or number employees, but do not have to be competitors or in the same indus
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Choice of Employer compare and contrast two different companies in relation to the term Employer of Choice or EOC. The companies should be similar in size based on annual revenue or number employees, but do not have to be competitors or in the same industry. Also, address the questions below in your paper. How the companies' EOC policies and practices create advantages or disadvantages for their sustainability and growth? What could the companies learn from each other? Which company would you...

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Unit 14: Aspects of Employment Law, all contract types//Employment acts, Employee Employer relations.
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Unit 14: Aspects of Employment Law assignment that gives distinction level detail into Employment Law, Contract types and how employers need to legally treat their employees according to the acts of parliment.

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GEN103 Drug Testing in the Workplace GEN103: Information Literacy Drug Testing in the Workplace Research Question: How does mandatory drug testing impact an employer's ability to attract top talent? Thesis Statement: Many employers have diffic
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GEN103 Drug Testing in the Workplace GEN103: Information Literacy Drug Testing in the Workplace Research Question: How does mandatory drug testing impact an employer's ability to attract top talent? Thesis Statement: Many employers have difficulty finding respectable employees that take pride in a drug-free, safe work environment. Mandatory drug testing can be an expensive and tedious process, and even a deterrent for some employees, but there are some situations when screen...

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